The Green Grass by Bibi K

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Author
Bibi K
Publisher
Authorhouse
Date of release
Pages
212
ISBN
9781477248775
Binding
Hardcover
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Rating
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The Green Grass tells the gripping story of a single mother coming to America and all the struggles and sacrifices she has to make in order to survive. Leaving a life of semi-luxury where she had her own servant she must now work as a live-in-housekeeper if she wants to get her green card and eventually have her family join her.

How she deals with the emotional trauma of being separated: not only from her life as she knew it, but from her parents, her siblings and above all her two children is an amazing tale of the endurance of the human spirit. Will she ever be reunited with them? Will she ever see her parents again? Will her green card status affect her in the most profound and painful way possible? These suspenseful events will all be revealed in the telling of this remarkable story.

Amidst all of this her constant battles to succeed in obtaining her Green Card for herself and her family will give you a new insight of what it is like to be an Immigrant and may give you a view of the Immigration issues from a different end of the spectrum.

Her trials and tribulations will bring you to tears and hopefully her triumphs will give you a sense of hope that no matter how hard life becomes, patience and forbearance will bring you through it all.


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